New Furnished Workspaces at Abney Hall, Cheadle | Bruntwood

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    Exterior view of Abney Hall, with grounds to the left

    Brand new for 2024, Abney Hall is now offering fully furnished workspaces in Cheadle, Greater Manchester. The new suites not only promise a convenient office move but also an inspiring environment for your team, surrounded by over 200 acres of picturesque parkland.

    Originally built in 1847 Abney Hall stands as a timeless testament to history and grandeur. Throughout its storied past, the property has played host to a constellation of notable figures, from Prince Albert and Victorian Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli to King Edward VII, Prime Minister William Gladstone and even the renowned mystery writer Agatha Christie, who found inspiration within its walls for two of her novels.

    Many of the period elements remain within our collection of timelessly designed workspaces rich in history and character. The two ready-made offices boast their own unique personality through their impressive original features; making them among the most ornate in the entire building. The new desks, chairs, lights and soft furnishings introduce a contemporary feel, creating an ambiance that perfectly balances modern efficiency with historical charm.

    Suite 2.1, spanning 884 sq ft, offers a generous ground-floor space with 12 desks and additional hotdesk options for 8 people. This suite can be seamlessly merged with Suite 2.6, a 550 sq ft space with 6 desks, providing flexibility for businesses of all sizes. The adjoining door between the two allows for a unified workspace experience.

    From carefully selected plants to sympathetically chosen fabrics and patterns, everything has been inspired by the local parkland and wildlife to create an inspiring environment for your team. Alongside the ornate fireplaces and original chandeliers, the suites truly offer an unparalleled blend of elegance and functionality.

    Both suites are located on the ground floor near the original hall, ornately tiled entrance and carved wooden staircase -  all designed by A.N.N. Pugin and J.G. Crace – the interior designers who worked on St. Stephen’s Chapel in the Houses of Parliament! 

    In 2024, Abney Hall continues to stand as a testament to time, offering a unique and historically rich workspace. Find out more here.

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